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Coving Companies in the UK

  • Davuka GRP are specialist suppliers of fine decorative architectural mouldings from the world's premier manufacturer of coving and cornice, columns,...

  • One of the few remaining fibrous plasterworks in the whole of Britain, boasting Buckingham Palace and the Bank of England among its most celebrated clients.

 

Uses and benefits of coving

Coving sets off a room with an elegant finishing touch. Found widely on properties during the Victorian, Georgian and art deco periods, cornice and coving has its roots in classical architecture. It continues to be a popular choice in interior design and is specified for modern commercial premises and homes – even working well with a bold, minimalist scheme.

Originally made from plaster, coving and decorative cornice is now available in lightweight, composite alternatives as well as fibrous plaster. A huge choice of styles is available to achieve anything from an understated to extravagant look. Coving plays an important decorative role, smoothing the colour progression from wall to ceiling.

Plaster coving or cornice is often combined with ornate plaster ceiling roses or other decorative features in period homes. There are specialist firms that will make bespoke coving for restoration work.

Coving made from hardened polyurethane or polymer has many benefits, including its light weight and the ability to be bent round curves and use in humid areas such as bathrooms.

Where to buy coving

  • Davuka GRP Ltd - Unit 2c, The Wend, Coulsdon, Surrey, CR5 2AX, 0208 660 2854
  • Butcher Plasterworks Ltd - Unit 2, Trojan Industrial Estate, Cobbold Road, Willesden, Greater London, NW10 9ST, 0208 830 1928
  • Axxent Coving
  • Davuka Coving
  • Contemporary Coving

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